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Audio Technica AT6012 Record Care Kit - Includes Record Care Solution, Brush Pad, Storage Base and Adhesive Tape
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- Kit includes 2 oz. of Record Care Solution, brush pad, storage base, and double-sided adhesive tape
- Scientific record-care formula
- Gently removes microdust and other contaminants
- Dissolves fingerprints
- Eliminates static electricity
- Protects your valuable records
- Removes dust and dirt from record surface with out scratching
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I found it to be effective, gentle on the vinyl and virually bulletproof.
It also has a handy self-cleaning device built in and the fluid is injected from the rear, eliminating the problem of spotty wetting.
I doubt there is a better product in this price range
Enter this unit.
I did not have super high hopes for any modern day brush, but I just cleaned about 70 platters and I could not be happier.
Yes, the instructions are horrible, but this is not that difficult.
First, you squirt the solution into the two top holes of the brush. Not drops, but actually squirt some in so the pad can get saturated.
1. I found that the little holes in the top work so you can squirt the solution in from the top, but it takes a bit of time for the brush to become really wet enough to clean. The first few minutes will not have the entire brush damp. Wait...The dirt needs the dampness to help stick to the brush, not just push it around the platter, doing more damage.
2. There is a direction arrow on the side of the brush, that is the direction you want it to flow across the record. It is just about wide enough to cover all the grooves in one pass. If you have the platter on a moving turntable, make sure the brush is aimed correctly, into the vinyl as it comes to the brush. In other words, make sure the brush is advancing across the circumference of the record using the arrow as a directional guide.
3. You will find, upon inspection of the brush, that there is a lot of finer dust in the fibers after one or two platters than you might think. This really digs out the dirt. That little blue plastic strip on the holder? That is for scraping off the dust out of the brush.Read more ›
But the instructions could really use some help. The brush has an arrow on one side that shows the direction the brush is to be moved relative to the record (either by manually moving the brush counterclockwise around a motionless record with the arrow side of the brush on the outside of the record, or by holding the brush steady and letting the record rotate against it). Easy enough, and the picture on the box attempts to show that, with the arrow side of the brush on the outside of the record and a big arrow drawn counterclockwise on the record intending to show the direction of the brush relative to the record. But that arrow on the record can easily be misinterpreted to mean the direction of the record itself, especially since most people will be holding the brush motionless while the record rotates beneath it, and because the text says "Gently wipe the record so that the arrow on the side of the Sonic Broom is pointing in the direction that the record is turning". Clearly the word "opposite" should precede the word "direction". The picture is for the first method (manually moving the brush on a motionless record) while the text is for the second method (holding the brush steady on a rotating record). There should be a separate picture and text for each method.
Then there's the deficient method of getting the cleaning solution to the cleaning pad by dripping/squirting a "unit" of solution (4 ml) into two tiny holes in the handle and waiting for the solution to soak through. This wastes a lot of fluid (there are only 60 ml in the entire bottle), it's a pain to do, and having to wait is a real negative.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Funny how this comes with instructions........in the good ole days of vinyl you bought these as often as you'd buy a bic lighter. Read morePublished 15 days ago by David Price
Simple design, easy to use.
Does what it's supposed to.
Package had like zero english on it.
But if you need help with this maybe vinyl isn't for you.
Had these tools in the old days, but long gone. Now my son collects "vinyl."Published 23 days ago by Deborah R. Shields
Probably the best record cleaning kit on amazon. Buy it. I did not find anything confusing about using it. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Amazon Customer
Takes a lot of fluid to saturate the pad enough to clean a record. Other than that, works greatPublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Solid item , works well for quick dust dirt removal, must have in your cleaning setup! Easier just to add the solution to the lp or the brush, the tiny holes on top take too long... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Christopher Walton